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Huitrerie Régis, Paris

Huitrerie Régis, the pocket-sized establishment (with room for 20 people at the most, including the outdoor tables) right in the middle of Left Bank is one of Paris' best-known places for oysters...

Inisder: Diane Venet, Paris

Whether it rains or whether there’s sunshine, Paris lives in the rhythm of its inhabitants. Walking in Paris is a dream!...

Le Cinq Codet, Paris

This is the ideal place to stay if you're an admirer of the Left Bank and its infusion of the artistic bohemian aura...

Le Trumilou, Paris

Despite the unending appearance of new and trendy spots that are on everyone's radar for one minute, then gone the next, there are places in Paris that have been trustworthy stalwarts for decades...

Le Perchoir, Paris

Befitting its status as a fashion capital, an integral part of Paris' gastronomy scene are the places one goes "to see and be seen"...

Musée Galliera, Paris

The ornate Renaissance-style building was built in the late 19th century as a home for the private art collection of Marie Brignole-Sale...

L'Ami Jean, Paris

There are restaurants that, after just one meal, you remember for the rest of your life. L'Ami Jean - a Basque-French bistro on a small Left Bank cross-street...

Petrelle, Paris

Now here's a place for an adventurous supper! At first, you feel as if you've entered some unknown, passionate collector's private oasis...

Jean-Paul Hévin, Paris

Balancing on the boundary between spicy and sweet, with unusual taste combinations, Jean-Paul Hévin is a French chocolate virtuoso...

Les 110 de Taillevent, Paris

A former Michelin star restaurant Les 110 de Taillevent, like many gourmet establishments in Paris has stepped onto a more democratic...

Miss Ko, Paris

Even though the enfant terrible of French design Philippe Starck has grown up and is 63 already, he hasn't lost his razor-sharp sense...

Terroir Parisien, Paris

Bistro Terroir Parisien is one of the most colorful newcomers on Paris restaurant scene. Its name is a very illustration of its concept - all the ingredients...

Vice Versa Hotel, Paris

It is hardly a secret that, while staying at a hotel, people tend to get up to things they normally wouldn't try at home. It must be the impersonality of the...

Potemkine, Paris

Potemkine is a real treasure box for passionate film aficionados. The entire essence of the small shop, in fact, is nutshelled in its name...

RA, Paris

In 1969, Norwegian scientist and adventurer Thor Heyerdahl attempted to cross the Atlantic with an eight-member crew on the Ra...

Club Silencio, Paris

The October, 2011 opening of the Paris multimedia club/cultural space, Club Silencio, caused total furor among the ranks...

Hotel Snob, Paris

Imagine telling your friends: “I stayed at the Hotel Snob when I was in Paris.” Surely, they’d break out into a smile. The inspiration for this name wasn’t the stereotypical French intellectual...

Yam’Tcha tea room and cafeteria, Paris

Those who’ve been watching the fantastic Netflix series Chef’s Table are no doubt familiar with Adeline Grattard and her now famous restaurant Yam’Tcha...

Les Papilles, Paris

Les Papilles restaurant is located in one of the Left Bank's most notable neighborhoods – the Latin Quarter...

Le Bon Marché, Paris

Le Bon Marché is the oldest, most exclusive and most French of Paris' fashion department stores. Last year, the store celebrated its 160th birthday...

Azzedine Alaïa, Paris

Tunisian - born french fashion genius Azzedine Alaïa has launched a second boutique in the city of lights. It's located at 5 rue de Marignan...

Hotel du Panthéon, Paris

Hôtel du Panthéon is a hotel that immediately transports you into that mythological "city of eternal celebration"...

Villa d'Estrees, Paris

Villa d'Estrees can be found on Paris' left bank (Rive Gauche), just twenty or so meters from the Seine itself and tucked into a small street that heaves...

Buddha-Bar hotel, Paris

When the legendary Buddha-Bar opened its doors in Paris in 1996, it was almost impossible to gain entrance there. True, everything has its ups and downs and the bar's fame...

Gwon’s Dining, Paris

A Korean restaurant Gwon's Dining is a great choice if you'd like to taste something else aside cuisine française while being in Paris...

A la Petite Chaise, Paris

A la Petite Chaise is a truly historic place in Paris, dating back to 1680 when it was first open as a wine shop serving also some food...

Ma Cocotte, Paris

Crisis-hit Europe is currently pausing with glamorous projects and promoting democratic, worn around the edges chic, an illusory authenticity...

Galleries of Islamic Art at the Louvre, Paris

The new Islamic art galleries of the Louvre is the museum's second most significant and daring project of contemporary architecture since...

Vitry sur Seine. Open-Air Graffiti Gallery in Paris , Paris

One of the most exciting 'art galleries' I have ever visited is Vitry sur Seine in Paris. The exposition there changes not by days but by minutes...

Jules&Jim, Paris

It wouldn't be easy to pick a more fascinating name for a hotel, instantly triggering an intriguing string of associations...

Le Bus Palladium, Paris

Opened in the 1960s, Le Bus Palladium club restaurant soon became the social epicentre of the Paris creative elite. Salvador Dalí loved...